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-- >>> i am julie haener. >> and i am frank somerville. officers were looking for bullet casing. ktvu's christien kafton is live with what we know so far. you talked to the driver of the car that was shot out. >> reporter: i had a chance to speak with the driver. let's show you the development. you can see traffic moving now on 580. a major change from 15 minutes ago where as you said traffic has been shut down for an hour. up from chopper 2 you can see the traffic is now moving through the area. right past the 164 avenue exit. got a chance to see the bullet holes. there was a woman and 2 children were caravaning. at this time everyone is okay. just shaken up. the driver says the suspects were driving erratically weaving in and out of traffic, speeding up and slow ising down. he passed -- slowing down. he passed them and they pulled up on the side and that seemed suspicious. an interview here on ktvu channel 2 news, he says he passed the suspect vehicle and that is when they started shooting. >> they came up to me with the window down, this looks fishy. they pulled out a hand gun, i g
in the south bay. the rain is pounding the pavement. ktvu's sal castaneda is keeping an eye on traffic problems for us tonight. >> there a lot of them -- there are a lot of them. just getting down the peninsula, or driving down to san jose. these are the busiest commutes here. contra costa county, eastbound 24 is slow. so is 680 and slow traffic on highway 4. double the amount of time. people are slowing down. we had a lot of fender benders but not a lot of serious accidents. eastbound interstate 88. you can see what you are dealing with here. especially on the first day after it hasn't rained for a while. we will see a lot of slow traffic. whenever it is raining at the same time as the commute you got to know it won't be doing well. b.a.r.t. is recovering after earlier problems. b.a.r.t. has major delays. back to you. >> san francisco is bracing for the stormy weather by tackling problem spots that pop up during heavy down pours. ktvu's david stevenson is in union scare and got a look at the flood prevention efforts underway tonight. >> reporter: while people rush to get out of the rain or get
will cause problems in the future and we are getting a look at what still needs to be done. ktvu's tom vacar joins us now, live in the news room where he  is pouring through the paper work. >> reporter: it is plenty of paper work. thousands of items. >> reporter: the bridge that was open labor day meets all requirements but it is not done. punch lists is 8 different lists, 147 pages, details thousands of things still needing work. there are a multitude of modifications, corrections and repairs needed before the contractor can walk away. lists were created by engineers who crawl all over the structure making it a work in progress instead of a final list. many of the items are cosmetic issues like removing rust and repainting, retightening ult bolts -- bolts, installations of washers, replacing temporary bolts with permanent ones were accomplished long ago. most show what list still need attention. i will pour over this all night and tomorrow to see if there are any surprises or major problems. >> reporter: and if you want to see that list we are posting it to www.ktvu.com. tom vacar, ktvu ch
and millions of dollars in fines. ktvu's david stevenson broke the story this morning and has been following the investigation. david is here now with what he learned. >> reporter: this federal investigation is stretched out for three years and today we were the first to learn of the specific charges and the specific officers involved. >> reporter: ktvu brock the news of the -- broke the news of the indictments of san francisco police officers on charges of civil rights violations and corruption. >> this is a serious matter of misconduct as i can recall in my time in the immediate. >> reporter: officer arshad razzak, officer richard yick and officer raul eric elias, sergeant ian furminger, officer edmond robles and complications of autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis are charge -- and officer vargas are charged. charges range from extortion to theft to drug description. >> public corruption work is important to the fbi. >> reporter: the investigation began in 2011 after he brought the tapes to light. >> they were going into the rooms without warnants. they were stealing -- warrants. they were
get a ticket for that and the price varies on the jurisdiction. live in petaluma, ken wayne, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> new details in the case of a 14-year-old girl who was hit and killed by a train. we are learning more before the train hit. jenna betti was on the tracks with her girlfriend before the train hit her and tonight her boyfriend is posting about their last moments together. ktvu's ann rubin is in martinez. the community is devastated. >> reporter: that's right. authorities wanted to clear up one aspect of the investigation. they said there has been speculation about a vacuum created by the train that drew the teen towards it. that was not the case. they say the crew members watched as two teens ran from the tracks and one ran back on. >> reporter: students wore pink in her honor, it was jenna betti's favorite color, they hoped it would help them. >> everyone was crying. depressing. >> how is this real? how did this happen? we haven't eveb processed it yesterday -- even processed it yet. >> reporter: jenna betti was hit and killed by a passing train. it appears she was
krueger and ryan warner will be back in court next month. ktvu channel 2 news. >>> we've been digging for information on this story ever since it first broke, and we've posted much of our work on our web site ktvu.com. you can also read the criminal complaint there in its entirety. >>> everyone's storm watch tonight. we'll start with a live look outside. it is cloudy over the bay tonight. this is from our camera? emeryville look out toward the city. the transition to cooler weather has begun and a storm is brewing off the california coast. our chief meteorologist bill martin is tracking that storm and has the timing on when the rain is expected to start. bill. >> that's right, gasia. we need the rain. this is a good storm coming in. actually, it's more than one storm. it's a couple. here's no. 1 sitting right here. that shows up tomorrow. here's no. 2 sitting out behind it. that shows up on friday. we're coming a little closer. you can see the clouds thickening up. if i pull up the radar sweeps right now, two ray dors going, two dopplers. you see a little bit of moistening up in the a
cars to hydro plain. >> and we have team coverage tonight. ktvu spend the day -- latest storm. bill martin begins our coverage, bill. >> yeah, last night's commute was really a mess, heavy rain, now we've got showers, not as messy as last night, but still an average commute, friday, and rain on the road, heavy downpours at times, look around here, looking for the rain, mostly dry in the north bay, but as you head out to the oakland area, 24, heavy rain coming down, moderate rainfall on in area on 24. slow you down. come out, looking towards the tri valley area, plenty and livermore and again, afternoon commute, because that's what's going on, trying to get home for the weekend and you've got wet roadway, dublin boulevard and stone ridge road, and down in san jose area, you've got showers falling, widely scattered and these showers are dangerous, because it's dry and wet really quickly. a slow average nut right now. as we move into this week, i'll tyke line that for you. see you back here in just a minute. >> bay area, where high tides and rain made for a difficult combination, peopl
this new development and you'll hear from him coming up at 6:00. live in hercules, ktvu channel 2 news. >> school administrators were quick to act yesterday in part because they have had issues before with transgender students. just four months ago, another transgender student was involved in a fight at hercules high school. 16-year-old said the fight followed several days of taunting and bullying. the west contra costa school district revised its policies. the action was in response to a federal report issued last fall that said those issues were prevalent at district schools. >>> new at 5:00, an attack on an 80-year-old woman. she was tied up and robbed in her own home. she lives in a quiet subdivision in dublin. paul chambers is live at dublin police department on what action police are taking to address residents fears. paul. >> heather, i spoke with dublin police. they will hold a meeting this week. i have also learned from a woman who asked me not to show her identity. it was not the only thing that happened in that community. >> fourth incident in less than a week. i think it w
that target by taking mandatory steps if necessary. in san jose, ken pritchett, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> stay with us for continuing coverage at 10:30 what the chp wants you to do to your car tonight ahead of tomorrow's rain. >>> then first thing tomorrow, turn to the ktvu morning team for up to the minute traffic and weather. bill will be back later in this hour with the complete bay area forecast. >>> new video tonight of a coast guard search for two men after their boat ran aground. it happened around 6:00 tonight. the two men on board were able to get to near by rocks but they didn't know where they were and called for help. it took police less than an hour to call police in a fenced in area. neither man was injured they were just cold and wet. >>> new at 10:00, patti lee live where a permanent tribute to those officers is about to be dedicated. >> to mark this first anniversary. the santa cruz police department will be dedicating this garden tomorrow morning. it'll be a private ceremony but just a few hours ago there was a private vigil down the street at city hall. >> reporter: a candl
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